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always on. remembering the dooley family. loved ones gathered for a candlelight vigil to honor the six family members -- victims of a gruesome murder-suicide in chesapeake earlier this week. and another murder with family ties -- this time in norfolk. good evening. i m gabriella deluca in for erica greenway. new tonight -- a norfolk man is charged with murder after police say he shot and killed his mother. it all happened this morning around nine on westcliff drive. police say they found 43-year- old sonya hunter outside a house, on the ground -- she had been shot several times. medics rushed her to the hospital -- but she later died. police found 22-year- old shawn hunter inside the home and arrested him. investigators are still trying to figure out what exactly led up to the shooting.
children who were relatives of the hunters were found near the scene unharmed. they are now with family. shawn hunter has been charged with second degree murder. loved ones gathered at the temple baptist church in chesapeake to remember the dooley family tonight. that s where church officials say -- the family grew up. newschannel 3 s kelly rule joins us live in the studio with the story. gabriella -- the dooley s loved ones started at the church with candles, flowers and balloons and made their way to the deep creek neighborhood -- where the tragedy all unfolded earlier this week. today -- we were able to speak to the dooley s immediate family members for the first time. 38;41 while i do not have the words to express the depth of our sorrow, we are encouraged by the outpouring of love and support of our family and friends and the community a heartbroken family. but michael dooley says they are using their faith -- to get them through the unthinkable loss of six of their family members. 38;49 we remain confident in the promises of our risen savior family -- friends -- community members --gathered at the temple baptist church earlier
vigil -- honoring the dooley family. this week -- police say 26- year-old cameron dooley shot his grandmother doris -- his parents todd and lori -- his sister brooke -- and brother landon -- before killing himself. police are still investigating why. doris husband was a pastor for 37 years at temple baptist -- the interim pastor says -- the entire family grew up there. 43;33 lori met todd here through the ministries of the church and grew up here as well, married here in the church and served here in the church as well, children grew up here, went to camp with us 33;40 even if she was feeling bad as things happen when you get older, she was in her 70s miss dooley, always had a big smile, always the group walked from the church to the deep creek neighborhood. first to the dooley )s home -- where police found landon )s body on wednesday. then to doris home -- where the rest of the family was found early thursday morning. officers with the chesapeake police marine patrol were there for support as well.
say -- todd was on the dive team for years. 43;08 they took it from here and brought it to the community and now the community is bringing it back to them 31;22 its wonderful to see this, its very solemn, its just wonderful to see everyone out here 33;24 when you think of one person getting killed in the same place its just unbelievable what was going through the young mans mind we dont know as chesapeake police investigate that -- the community is leaning on one another -- and the dooley family is asking for nothing -- but continued support. 39;20 please continue to lift up our family in prayer 32;58 ill grieve again, theres a time for that, ill probably grieve for many months to come 32;11 im just praying everyday that god will give them peace now the temple baptist interim pastor tells us -- there will be a visitation there at the church tomorrow from 2 to 5. on monday night -- there will also be a memorial service from 7 to 9 p-m at the deep creek baptist church. i m kelly rule, newschannel 3. in hampton -- firefighters battled a garage fire on north mary peake
nine. officials say no one was injured in the fire, but several vehicles caught fire. and earlier today in hampton -- a man was taken into custody after he barricaded himself in a home for nearly two hours. police say they were first called for a domestic complaint around two this afternoon on leta court -- when they got there they spoke with a woman and a juvenile who had been in the home. that s when they saw a man with a gun go back inside the house. hampton s swat team was called -- but police say the incident ended peacefully. a family in chesapeake is without a home tonight after a fire this morning. firefighters were called to a house on spar street in western branch at ten this morning. they say when they first arrived heavy smoke and fire was coming through the roof. no one was hurt, but the fire did spread to a neighbor )s shed. no word on how it all started. new details tonight -- we now know the name of the man who was shot and killed trying to rob a hampton business last night.
card atm business in hampton around six last night -- that )s near the langley square shopping center. police say they pronounced 18- year-old timothy johnson dead at the scene. a few blocks away -- they also found a second person who was shot. police say johnson and the other suspect were trying to rob the business when a store employee -- who was legally armed -- shot them. the employee is not facing any charges. we also know the name of a man pulled from the lafayette river in norfolk yesterday -- police say 25- year-old david isaac was pronounced dead just after 4 p-m yesterday after a concerned citizen reported seeing a body in the water near 26th street and villa circle. police are still calling this an undetermined death -- no word on foul play. in newport news -- several cars were involved in a crash on denbigh and trailblazer boulevard -- this happened just before noon. police sent newschannel three this picture of the crash. dispatchers say some people were transported to the hospital with injuries -- no word on how many people or cars were in involved.
the scene of a crash this morning as well -- it happened on des moines avenue -- near randolph street just before 11. emergency dispatchers say two vehicles were involved and there were injuries. no word yet on the victim )s conditions. newschannel three is helping you beat the backups -- the midtown tunnel - which runs from norfolk to portsmouth - is closed all weekend long. crews closed the tunnel last night. it )s part of a project to remove the elizabeth river trail pedestrian bridge -- which is part of a larger project to build a new midtown tunnel. crews in place before the tunnel project is complete. the midtown tunnel is scheduled to stay closed through monday morning at five. switching gears to weather now on this last weekend of january -- but how long will this stick around? meteorologist dominic brown is in the live vipir forecast center. feeling more like spring than winter....as we move through it! it will feel more like spring
area of high pressure building in from the south. with southerly winds in place and a good deal of sunshine on sunday, we )re expecting high temperatures in the upper 60s. a few more clouds will build in late in the day, but overall, no rain is in the forecast. the warm up will continue into the start of the work week. in fact, by monday, many areas will be in the lower 70s. a weak cold front slides in monday night into tuesday, giving way to highs in the upper 50s tuesday. rain moves in by wednesday and early thursday as a stronger cold front moves in. next week, we re
we are two days away from the iowa caucuses -- and a new poll is out showing donald trump in the lead on the g-o-p side and democrat hillary clinton and bernie sanders neck and neck. craig boswell has the latest. pkg republican presidential candidate donald trump is on top gfx in the des moines registers final poll before monday )s iowa caucuses. he has a five point lead over ted cruz and a 13 point lead on marco rubio. sot: donald trump/r presidential candidate "the polls don )t matter, nothing matters. the only thing that matters is the poll that s going to be taken on monday." nearly half of all people polled called themselves evangelical christians. saturday night- trump campaigned with reverend jerry falwell, jr. sot: rev. jerry falwell, jr./president, liberty university "i really believe donald trump is uniquely qualified to run this untry and i proud to be dorsing him." cruz led this ll in early january - but has en under constant attack from ump (and ( rubio. t: sen. rco rubio/r-fl presidential
ry deceiptful campaign at the ying. rough that." gfx democrat llary clinton is hanging onto all lead ... rnie sanders is thin the poll margin of ror. t: sen. rnie sanders/i- vt democratic presidential candidate 72302 when we began in polls we were three percent in the national polls. here in iowa it is a virtual tie. clinton is in damage control after the state department said it would not release 37 pages of emails .... from her personal server ... that are now classified top secret. sot: hillary clinton/d presidential candidate "i want all of these emails out. i take classification very seriously." standup: craig boswell/cbs news/ames, iowa clinton s rally here in ames was packed with supporters and some undecided voters. they say the email issue is something they are considering. sot: dr. sanjeev agarwal/undecided iowa voter "i think this is a very high level national security issue." with the polls so close, experts say the undecided voters will make a difference. craig boswell, cbs news, des moines, iowa. coming up on newschannel three -- back behind bars -- the manhunt for the last two missing california inmates comes to
pkg sheriffs officials say escapees jonathan tieu two and hossein nayeri knee-air-ee are back behind bars after a daring prison break. they were on the run for nearly nine days . sot sheriff hutchins / orange county sheriff )the entire state can breathe a sigh of relief because we have the other two individuals back in custody where they should be. the men were found in a stolen van parked at a san francisco food market after being noticed by a neighbor. nayeri fled on foot but was quickly caught. tieu was found hiding in the van along with ammunition. no weapon was found. sot sheriff hutchins / orange county sheriff the focus shifts to continuing to look at where the system failed us, where policies and procedures were not followed )officials believe tieu, nayeri and a third inmate, bac duong dong cut through a steel grate and crawled through pluming tunnels to get out of the jail. duong split from the other two and turned himself into authorities friday morning.
old nooshafarian ravaghi new-shaf-erin rah- vagh-hee was arrested in connection with the escape. sot jeff hallock / pio orange county sheriffs office we know there was some type of relationship that developed but how far it went and whether it was physical or not were still trying to confirm that. the men are being interviewed and will soon be taken back to orange county and placed in a high risk area of the same jail where they escaped. brian webb for cbs news. colorado police are investigating multiple shootings and a stabbing at a motorcycle show in denver. one person was killed and many more injured at the colorado motorcycle expo today. police say shots were fired and then a stabbing occurred at the denver coliseum. investigators did not say yet exactly how many people were injured or how that person died. but denver health tweeted that nine victims were hospitalized. one hospital was put on lockdown as a precaution. no one has been arrested yet. more than one- hundred firefighters are battling a massive fire in downtown lexington, kentucky.
were shooting up 70- feet in the air. the fire started at a local stockyard in the early afternoon. people who live within a half-mile from there have been told to stay inside and close their windows. the fire is also causing power outages in some parts of the city. state police say a nearby shopping mall was evacuated after its power went out. facebook and instagram are telling private gun sellers to take their business elsewhere. the social networks are updating their policies to ban private gun sales on both platforms. in an email statement, a facebook executive said licensed firearm retailers will still be able to post about their goods and services. but sales of guns by one person to another are not allowed. facebook -- which owns instagram -- also prohibits using either site to sell illegal drugs. the company says it has systems in place to detect private gun sales, and it will remove content that violates the new policy.
to make his first visit to a u-s mosque as president. a senior administration official said today the president is scheduled to visit the islamic society of baltimore on wednesday. he is expected to hold a roundtable with community members and deliver remarks. a senior administration official said the president will celebrate the contribution of muslim- americans to the nation. he will also -- quote -- "reaffirm the importance of religious freedom to our way of life." president obama has visited mosques overseas, but never one during his presidency in the united states. netflix is bringing back another beloved television series -- the streaming service will continue the story of the gilmore girls. the series ran on "the w-b" and "c-w" from 2000 to 2007. netflix says lauren graham and alexis bledel will return as mother and daughter lorelai and rory gilmore -- along with a majority of the popular characters. netflix did not say when the show would premier or what
feeling more like spring than winter....as we move through the rest of your weekend, enjoy it! it will feel more like spring than winter all courtesy of an area of high pressure building in from the south. with southerly winds in place and a good deal of sunshine on sunday, we )re expecting high temperatures in the upper 60s. a few more clouds will build in late in the day, but overall, no rain is in the forecast. the warm up will continue into the start of the work week. in fact, by monday, many areas will be in the lower 70s. a weak cold front slides in monday night into tuesday, giving way to highs in the upper 50s tuesday. rain moves in by wednesday and early thursday as a stronger cold front moves in.
welcome back to news channel 3 im makenzie walter. lets start it off with some old dominion womens basketball they were over in the ted constant center today hosting fiu. and this one wasnt even close - led by jennie simms - who killed it today - 23 points seven rebounds and eight assists. she recorded her one thousandth point this afternoon
out with a 84-49 win and move to 5 and 4 in conference usa. next up - saturday february 6th the hoops for the cure game against charlotte at 4 pm and the battle of the bay today in hampton - the pirates hosting the spartans. first it was the ladies - with hampton coming out on top 73-62 and then it was the mens turn - battling for first place in the meac and of course- bragging rights. the spartans took this one - 86-76 the landstown eagles were up in richmond for the vantage hoops showcase at lc bird today taking on the meadowbrook monarchs. bryson stukes - remember this guy from the football field - hes pretty good on the hardwood too. he leads the eagles to a 77-58 win over the monarchs another local match up at the vantage showcase - the norcom greyhounds taking on lc bird. norcom led by kevin davis - he had three triples in the first half alone. the greyhounds up 20-15 after one
in a row - but the second half bird turned it on - norcom drops a close one 59-57 putting an end to the 26 game winning streak. were getting closer and closer! the panthers - getting ready for the big game. tomorrow they leave for san francisco and they couldnt have gotten a better send off! check out this pep rally - hundreds of people were out in charlotte yesterday to wish them good luck. alright so the actual game is in a little over a week - but the celebration begins tonight. annie makovec is in san francisco as super bowl city comes to life it )s day one of the nine-day fan fest known as "super bowl city" at the foot of market and the embarcadero. sot: pj gallofin, san bruno "i can see they put a lot of work and investment in this whole project and its beautiful" including a zip line that runs across a mock golden gate bridge. technology is woven into most
and all free of charge... this game lets you make the game winning touchdown pass. sot: bella zelaya, folsom "i didn t really know what to do because ive never really played football before." and if you aren )t ready to be a star player, you can also become the ball... or just have a beer, if you re willing to shell out. "he didn )t pay anything. i paid 20 bucks." at the sonoma wine country display, small businesses are getting a chance to shine. sot: kevin morrow, terra bella winery "we )re real tiny and i only do cabernet, so it s a really great opportunity for us." meanwhile, street artists protest outside of the gates sot: michael trachiotios, street artist "where many of the events of super bowl city are, we would normally have our booths set up there and we )re not able to do that." there are plenty of reminders of everyday life in the city. but for 9 days, this virtual playground is a reality. protected by san francisco police armed with high powered rifles... making sure the celebration is safe. sot: keith bruce, super bowl host committee ceo "a big thank you to the bay area for welcoming us with open arms and being ready to celebrate
day -- and the living museum in newport news decided to put (their groundhog ( to work early. chuck the ground hog came out early to make a big decision -- who is going to win superbowl 50? fans of both the denver broncos and the carolina panthers came out to see chuck s pick -- which turned out to be... the carolina panthers! if you re wondering how chuck is able to make such an informed decision -- organizers say it )s a pretty simple
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